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3-Pack True Grit Pre-Workout (30 Servings)

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A1 Supplements is offering B1G2 Free True Grit Pre-Workout (30 Servings) on sale for $21.99. Shipping is $5.99. Thanks islickdealatwork

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  • Green Apple
  • Watermelon
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Available in 3 flavors (Mix & Match).

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (8g)
Servings Per Container: Approx. 30
Calories 25
Total Carbohydrate 1 g <1%*
Calcium 21 mg 2%
Sodium 5 mg <1%
Beta-Alanine (CarnoSyn®) 1.6 g
Creatine HCl 1.5 g �
Betaine 1.25 g �
Taurine 1 g �
Arginine Silicate Inositol (Nitrosigine®) 750 mg
Arjuna Extract (as Terminalia arjuna), bark 250 mg
Standardized for tannins
Caffeine Anhydrous 175 mg
L-Theanine 65 mg

Other Ingredients: Natural And Artificial Flavor, Citric Acid, Red Beet Powder (Color), Calcium Silicate, Silicon Dioxide, Dl Malic Acid, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, Elderberry Powder (Color).
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That is a lot of calories compared to almost any other brand, especially with only 175 mg of caffeine.

Beta of 1.6g is acceptable.

1.5g of creatine? what for? you need 5g a day to even maintain.

IMO 1 scoop would be good for a small (light) woman.

I would not recommend this to anybody else. Take multiple scoops and this turns into a really expensive pre-workout.

I like honey badger (when its 2 for $40 shipped). All natural and only 5 calories, plus its the most delicious pre-workout I've ever had in my entire life.
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25 calories is a lot for pre workout. Especially with these garbage ingredients.
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25 calories is nothing
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How does this compare to the Cellucor preworkout?
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C4 ultimate is much better. I think this better than the regular c4 but I get really bad crashes I use 2 scoops so that only last maybe 15 workouts
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Where is the Citruline Malate and AAKG? Rookies
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anyone try?
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That is a lot of calories compared to almost any other brand, especially with only 175 mg of caffeine.

Beta of 1.6g is acceptable.

1.5g of creatine? what for? you need 5g a day to even maintain.

IMO 1 scoop would be good for a small (light) woman.

I would not recommend this to anybody else. Take multiple scoops and this turns into a really expensive pre-workout.

I like honey badger (when its 2 for $40 shipped). All natural and only 5 calories, plus its the most delicious pre-workout I've ever had in my entire life.
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That is a lot of calories compared to almost any other brand, especially with only 175 mg of caffeine.

Beta of 1.6g is acceptable.

1.5g of creatine? what for? you need 5g a day to even maintain.

IMO 1 scoop would be good for a small (light) woman.

I would not recommend this to anybody else. Take multiple scoops and this turns into a really expensive pre-workout.

I like honey badger (when its 2 for $40 shipped). All natural and only 5 calories, plus its the most delicious pre-workout I've ever had in my entire life.
25 calories is nothing
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shit ingredients lol no thanks
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That is a lot of calories compared to almost any other brand, especially with only 175 mg of caffeine.

Beta of 1.6g is acceptable.

1.5g of creatine? what for? you need 5g a day to even maintain.

IMO 1 scoop would be good for a small (light) woman.

I would not recommend this to anybody else. Take multiple scoops and this turns into a really expensive pre-workout.

I like honey badger (when its 2 for $40 shipped). All natural and only 5 calories, plus its the most delicious pre-workout I've ever had in my entire life.
I agree with you honey badger is the best
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shit ingredients lol no thanks
Agree!
Way too much caffeine!
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Agree!
Way too much caffeine!
It's actually pretty low in caffeine compared to most things on the market nowadays. It's getting hard to find them with less than 250-300mg of caffeine. I saw one last week with 350mg of caffeine along with some other stimulants.
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I agree with you honey badger is the best
link to honey badger?
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basically a powdered redbull. and adding water makes it a redbull without that much carbonation... but the iongredients are synthesized garbage if you rely on these or use this often enough dont be surprised of a body part or organ starting to fail. I just remember reading all those comments on those SDers that had enough protein to become dairy intolerant
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25 calories is nothing
25 calories is a lot for pre workout. Especially with these garbage ingredients.
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